bankerfox.a/win 32..McAfee detected PrcViewer..what to do?!

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bankerfox.a/win 32..McAfee detected PrcViewer..what to do?!

Post by lacyxsummer on Tue 25 May 2010, 1:52 pm

Thanks to online help, I was atleast able to get my computer into safe mode (I assume) so I could FINALLY get McAfee to work, since the bankerfox.a stuff wouldn't let me open anything I needed. Now that McAfee has run a scan and quarantined two items (trojans) I have had a little less annoying virus pop ups or adult sites popping up out of nowhere. I just don't know what to do next..when I click on one of the quarantined trojans detected, there is no easy button to fix it like I expected. It just says "I want to..use Restore to restore this item." and that's all. No buttons to fix that. And they detected a potentially unwanted program called PrcViewer under downloads/SmitFraudFix.exe and it gives me the option to 'remove' or 'trust'. I don't know what that is and I don't want to make a wrong mistake.
I've come this far and can't stop now so I would greatly appreciate any help! Thanks!



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Re: bankerfox.a/win 32..McAfee detected PrcViewer..what to do?!

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